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Projects and Researchs

Faculty Research

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Dr. Jay Nunamaker, Jr., Ph.D. (http://www.cmi.arizona.edu)

  1. Co-PIs Judee Burgoon and Jay Nunamaker, “Credibility Assessment Research Initiative,” Counter Intelligence Field Activity Agency, $2,200,000, 9/07-9/09.
  2. Co-PIs Judee Burgoon and Jay Nunamaker, “Biometric Identification and Deception Detection.” Supported by the National Science Foundation, $350,000, 2007-2012.
  3. Co-PIs Judee Burgoon and Jay Nunamaker, “Deception Detection.”  Supported by Defense Academy for Creditility Assessment, $823,000, 2007-2012.
  4. Co-PIs Jay Nunamaker and Mark Adkins, “Network Centric Warfare.”  Supported by the National Science Foundation, PECom-Hawaii, Department of Navy., $100,000, 1/15/06-9/30/06.
  5. Co-PIs Jay Nunamaker and Judee Burgoon, “Supplemental funding.  “Detecting Deception in the Military Infosphere:  Improving and Integrating Human Detection Capabilities with Automated Tools.”  Supported by the Air force Office of Scientific Research., $107,000, 3/15/2005-4/30/2006
  6. PI Jay Nunamaker, “Border-Safe Digital Object Registry System.”  Supported by the Department of Homeland Security, $100,000, 3/9/05-3/9/06.
  7. Co-PIs Jay Nunamaker and Judee Burgoon, “Detection of Intent.”  Supported by the Department of Homeland Security, $1,250,000, 10/1/03-9/30/08.
  8. Co-PIs Mark Adkins and Jay Nunamaker, “Memorandum of Understanding.”  Supported by the US army Intel Command, Ft. Huachuca, $7,115,995, 9/29/03-9/29/06.
  9. Co-PIs Judee Burgoon and Jay Nunamaker, “Detecting Deception in the Military Infosphere:  Improving and Integrating Human Detection Capabilities with Automated Tools.” Supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, $4,000,000, 5-1-01 to 4-30-06.
  10. Co-PIs Mark Adkins and Jay Nunamaker, “Command Net.”  Supported by the U.S. Navy  and  SPAWAR, San Diego, California, Funding $210,000, 3/1/02-9/30/03.
  11. Co-PIs Judee Burgoon, Jay Nunamaker, “Detecting Deception in the Military Infosphere:  Improving and Integrating Human Detection Capabilities with Automated Tools.”  Supported by Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Arlington, VA, $3,930,220, 5/01/01-04/30/06.

Dr. Hsinchun Chen, Ph.D. (http://ai.arizona.edu/hchen/index.htm)

  1. PI Hsinchun Chen, NSF, “EXP-LA: Explosives and IEDs in the Dark Web: Discovery, Categorization, and Analysis, $800,000, December 2007-November 2010.
  2. PI Hsinchun Chen, Library of Congress, “Capture of Multimedia, Multilingual Open Source Web-based Terrorist Content – Phase 2,” $60,000, May 2007-April 2008.
  3. PI Hsinchun Chen, NSF (from DHS RISC Regional Information Sharing and Collaboration Program, “Supplement to COPLINK Center for Intelligence and Security Informatics – A Crime Data Mining Approach to Developing Border Safe Research,” $300,000 (EIA-0326348), July 2006-August 2007.
  4. PI Hsinchun Chen, NSF (CIA/DHS), “International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI 2006),” $100,000 (IIS-0636210), July 2006-June 2007.
  5. PI Hsinchun Chen, NSF, Digital Government Program, “COPLINK Center: Social Network Analysis and Identity Deception Detection for Law Enforcement and Homeland Security,” $600,000 (IIS-0429364), September 2003-August 2007. (UA matching: $75,000)
  6. PI Hsinchun Chen, (Co-PI: D. Zeng), NSF, Information Technology Research (ITR) Program, “COPLINK Center for Intelligence and Security Informatics – A Crime Data Mining Approach to Developing Border Safe Research,” $700,000 (EIA-0326348), September 2003-August 2007. (UA matching: $175,000)
  7. PI Hsinchun Chen, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), CNRI, “BorderSafe Initiative Phase-2,” $780,000, June 2004-October 2005. subcontract: Tucson Police Department. (UA matching: $100,000)

Student Projects

 

Group Projects

1

Information Security Assessment of Center for Relationship Resources Assessment by Security Assessment and Research Group (SARG)

2

Security Assessment of the Dept. of Planetary Sciences and Planetary Laboratory

3

Security Assessment of Bookman’s Exchange

4

UA Department of Real Estate Administration Security Assessment

5

University of Arizona S.A.L.T. Center Security Assessment

6

Britz Inc Security Assessment (SunWest Fruit, Britz Farming, Britz Fertilizers, Britz France)

7

University of Arizona Undisclosed Research Department Security Assessment

 

Student Research Projects

1

Role-Based Authentication at the University of Arizona, Jeremy Glassman, May 2008

2

Comparing the Trustworthiness Security Model to Current IT Security Models, Shawn Loveland, April 15, 2008.  School of Information Resources and Library Science (SIRLS)

3

Virtualization, A System Administrative Perspective, Grayson Ross, February 2008

4

Analysis of Current Disaster Recovery Plan at the University of Arizona Eller College of Management, Jeremy McKean, April 2008.

 

Dissertations

1

Augmenting Human Intellect: automatic Recognition of Nonverbal Behavior with Application in Deception Detection.
Thomas Meservy, University of Arizona, 2007